This is top rated full featured Android software for free. I don't have regulation meter for testing against but it gave me a good idea what my max and min lux are in a given area. It also didn't bombard me with pop up ads as a few other free ones did Yet lol good job
Seems to work reasonably well on HTC One (m7). Light levels seem to respond step-wise rather than a smooth gradient - that could be due to the phone's sensor. One reading at work brought the site manager round with a "proper" meter - he agreed lighting was inadequate & promised improvements !
Works like a charm on Galaxy Note 4 and 5. Did a side by side comparison with a professional grade stand-alone Light meter and this app showed near 95% accuracy on the above phones. Nice to see a beautiful & functional free app like this which does not inundate one with unwanted pop-up advrts unlike most others like it.
Problem changing units. I want to be able to look it it in Lumen. It just says unit but nothing is displayed. The whole setting screen seems buggy as I don't see anything except the main parameters on the left. S6 with latest Android 7.0.
Well the app works great I've tried different locations so I can verify it was doing what I expected for it to do... However I do not know how to calculate or do what I need to with the numbers it gives out , somebody transfer 10000 in English for me please
No directions! I can't figure out for the life of me how to convert from Lux to foot-candles. Also, it's hard to scroll back to the last reading. Would it have been that difficult to include a couple paragraph to explain how to work it?